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Ivermectin? Antibiotic Miracle Cure?

This is a discussion on Ivermectin? Antibiotic Miracle Cure? within the First Aid and Medical Preparedness forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Any buzz on this in the prepper community? https://www.medpagetoday.com/infecti.../covid19/90552 I was just meeting with our neighborhood group, and while we're feeling out a prospective new ...

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    Ivermectin? Antibiotic Miracle Cure?

    Any buzz on this in the prepper community?

    https://www.medpagetoday.com/infecti.../covid19/90552

    I was just meeting with our neighborhood group, and while we're feeling out a prospective new member, that member starts to discuss Ivermectin and covid treatment. He says he doses 1x/wk, and if he catches covid, he has been instructed by his doc brother to dose 1x/day. He also said that covid human ivermectin costs like $40/dose, but he uses the equine version from Fleet Farm at $3/tube of 5 doses. He showed us the actual product, and took a dose (tastes like applesauce, he claims).

    He said it's being prescribed to treat/prevent covid, and is useful for a plethora of other bacterial infections. I just purchased a ton of fish antibiotics, and I think I want to stock up on this now too...

    Anyone have thoughts on this?

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    Antibiotic for a virus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denton View Post
    Antibiotic for a virus?
    Maybe not antibiotic... Reread the included article, and it says this: "ivermectin has a special combination of anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties that make it useful preventively and for treating early and late-stage illness".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trihonda View Post
    Maybe not antibiotic... Reread the included article, and it says this: "ivermectin has a special combination of anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties that make it useful preventively and for treating early and late-stage illness".
    That combo makes sense, from what I understand.
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    You might die, but you will die worm-free. That is something. I would probably just take my chances with the virus.
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    @BamaDOC can you weigh in on this please?
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    Ivermectin is a dewormer... I take a little dose periodically...l also put a little la200 or pen-c in my coffee if I feel a cold coming on... l use a syringe full of b complex as well.... l haven't been to a doctor in years except for stitches if I couldn't stop the bleeding or a cast for broken bones.... l am not recommending anything to anyone but just saying I doctor myself mostly from the refrigerator in the barn... only side effect has been redness of the neck area

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    Interesting. We have a friend that right after the first of the year tested positive for the Chinese flu. One of her medications was ivermectin. Now the variables are too great and the Chinese flu effects people differently but she basically recovered in a few days. She’s in decent health and it about 68 years old.

    We use ivermectin for our animals. A deworming medication, etc.
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    We had a friend text us about this. I happen to be in a TSC and asked him if he wanted me to pick some up for him.

    My wife (with 9 letters after her name) went on a tirade on how it wasn’t safe. Of course she said the same about HCQ and she is on it, and hasn’t got the virus yet.

    I do notice a difference in the horses poop after I give it to them. Maybe that’s why there is a TP shortage!

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    It's a horse wormer.
    There's always Ivermectin around the house.
    I don't know how many times a year the horse gets wormed, once maybe twice.
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